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Create a skip link for accessibility using jQuery

By Sue Johnson

Accessibility skip link

Some people access website links using the tab key on the keyboard instead of the mouse. This could be due to being blind or having mobility problems in the hands. Tabbing through each item in the menu to get to the main content can be tedious for such users. A solution to this is to […]

How to use jQuery to create aids to website accessibility

By Sue Johnson

Website accessibility tools

Why would you want to have website accessibility aids? Text size, text colour and background colour of a website can be changed using the browser. This is fine for more knowledgeable users but what happens if you know your audience is not likely to know how to do these things? For example you might be […]